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High school roundup for April 10, 2018: Seton LaSalle softball wins in extra innings

Neither team scored in the eighth inning before the Broncos capitalized on a Morningside error to score three unearned runs in the top of the ninth.

Maryland rallied from a one-run deficit in the fifth inning, scoring six runs on seven hits to eventually take a 7-4 victory over St. Francis in game two.

Westmont 5, Seneca 4: Uriah Tobolsky went 3 for 3 with an RBI to lead Seneca's offense Tuesday in the Interstate Eight loss, while Myles Mitchell was 2 for 4 with an RBI. Wayne State could not respond in the top of the fifth to fall in just five innings.

"Today was the first game we all came together as a team", Irigoyen said.

Friday, senior Spencer Rojahn will be pitching for the Vikings in the second game of the series.

Austin Holt took the loss for Cass.

"It drove me in the offseason (missing playoffs)", Rocker said.

"We knew Mary wasn't going to give up without a fight, so our defense was going to have to be ready for anything", said Shumaker. Walks continued to plague Princeton as four free passes led to yet another Monmouth point.

Flashes sophomore Madi Huck pitched six innings, allowing four runs on nine hits.

The Blackcats added to their lead with a pair of runs in the sixth on RBI singles by Turley and Chris Myers to widen the margin to 5-0. Had Kaydo never forced her way back from an 0-2 count, the Warriors would've had two outs, giving the Dragons an opportunity to prevent Edgewood's game-changing seven-run inning from ever happening. Allen finished with two hits and two runs scored.

"Austin pitched well enough to win", Cass coach Greg Marschand said. "I try not to think (too much when I'm at the plate)". Tiger batters accounted for two-run homers in the second and third innings and solo home runs in the fifth and sixth innings.

With Taylor now replacing Hodges on the mound, University got two more runs off two doubles and a single. With one out, Victoria Junkniewitz hit a line drive double allowing Tori to score. We also just remained confident.

"We looked like a very good team in the first game", Cash said. We were aggressive and capitalized (on their mistakes). "They also weren't going to go down without a fight". "We had a couple errors in the field that shouldn't have happened". A sac fly from Elia Namey two batters later allowed the Knights to recapture the lead and keep it for good. Scott ripped an RBI single before Fiessinger pushed across C-N's final run with a two-bagger to left-center.

Jasmine Ereaux had two hits with a double and Lewis and Clark (3-5, 2-4) slipped past Rogers (4-3, 3-3) 7-4 in Greater Spokane League action on Wednesday at Hart Field. The southpaw singled in Carson-Newman's ninth run with a two-out base hit in the third inning.

After MISU scored four runs in the bottom of the first, WSC got one run back in the third on back-to-back doubles from Shumaker and Hix.

In the contest, Seymour scored 16 runs on 15 hits.

Northlake Christian had no answer for Springfield center fielder Tabby Lobell, who went 5 for 5 with a pair of triples and a run driven in. Wobken belted a ground-rule double to score Grammer and Breitbarth, cutting the Beaver lead to 10-8.

Matt Rellergert grounded into a fielder's choice for the first out of the inning.

Though they've now lost each of those first three, junior Carly Sheesley said it's been a joy just being able to play outside again.

One of the reasons that Springfield coach Andy Bladyka thought that Crosby got a bit wilted at the end was because she missed a week of practice.